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Rainbow_1985
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Hi every one,

Can someone with a BSc in medicine jump into fourth year with med students? These are the modules I've read:

Laboratory Diagnosis
A Medical Overview
The Structure, Function and Dysfunction Of The Human Body I
The Structure, Function and Dysfunction Of The Human Body II
The Structure, Function and Dysfunction Of The Human Body III
Basic Laboratory Methods
Thematic Course: Acid/Base - Energy
Biochemistry I
Biochemistry II
Cell- and Molecular Biology
Basic Laboratory Methodology and Technology - Moment I
Pharmacology and Medicine Calculation
General Nursing (Theory)
Pedagogic as a Professional Tool moment I
Ultrasound Technology part I (Heart)-Clinical
Ultrasound Technology part II (Vascular)-Clinical
Basic Laboratory Methodology and Technology - Moment II
Central Circulation Physiology- Clinical
Lung Physiology-Clinical
Neurophysiology-Clinical
Paediatric Physiology-Clinical
General Nursing - Moment I- Clinical
Pedagogic as a Professional Tool moment II
Integrative Circulation Physiology- Clinical
Nuclear Medicine- Clinical
General Nursing - Moment II-Clinical
Elective Course- Sudden cardiac arrest in athletes
Gastroentherology, Nephrology and Urology- Clinical
Telemedicine, Image Transmission and Image Management
Scientific Methodology
Thesis
Leadership and Organization
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Helenia
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In the UK? No, almost universally AFAIK.

UK med degrees aren't MDs anyway, though that's more of a technicality to be honest. But regardless of the subject of your first degree, I don't know of any med schools which accept someone directly into clinicals without having completed a GMC-approved pre-clinical course.
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In this country, medicine is a 5 year course. After 3 years, if you drop out, you're left with a BSC in medicine, which you cannot practise medicine as a doctor with. Unless you actually drop out or are thrown out of the medical school at the third year, you automatically join the 4 year out of the total 5 year course. After 5 years you graduate with an MB BS or an MBChB which is the medicine degree everyone requires before they start practising as a junior doc *afaik*
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(Original post by Rainbow_1985)
Hi every one,

Can someone with a BSc in medicine jump into fourth year with med students? These are the modules I've read:

Laboratory Diagnosis
A Medical Overview
The Structure, Function and Dysfunction Of The Human Body I
The Structure, Function and Dysfunction Of The Human Body II
The Structure, Function and Dysfunction Of The Human Body III
Basic Laboratory Methods
Thematic Course: Acid/Base - Energy
Biochemistry I
Biochemistry II
Cell- and Molecular Biology
Basic Laboratory Methodology and Technology - Moment I
Pharmacology and Medicine Calculation
General Nursing (Theory)
Pedagogic as a Professional Tool moment I
Ultrasound Technology part I (Heart)-Clinical
Ultrasound Technology part II (Vascular)-Clinical
Basic Laboratory Methodology and Technology - Moment II
Central Circulation Physiology- Clinical
Lung Physiology-Clinical
Neurophysiology-Clinical
Paediatric Physiology-Clinical
General Nursing - Moment I- Clinical
Pedagogic as a Professional Tool moment II
Integrative Circulation Physiology- Clinical
Nuclear Medicine- Clinical
General Nursing - Moment II-Clinical
Elective Course- Sudden cardiac arrest in athletes
Gastroentherology, Nephrology and Urology- Clinical
Telemedicine, Image Transmission and Image Management
Scientific Methodology
Thesis
Leadership and Organization
In short, no - you might have a shot at GEP, or 5 year med, but you;re not going to get anywhere else... (providing you are talkibng about a promary medicine degree, of which (in the UK) a MD is not one...)
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